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List of football clubs in Kazakhstan

This is the list of football clubs (teams) in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan Premier League

  1. FC Aktobe, Aktobe
  2. FC Atyrau, Atyrau
  3. FC Irtysh, Pavlodar
  4. FC Kaisar, Kyzylorda
  5. FC Kazakhmys, Satpaev
  6. FC Kyzylzhar, Petropavl
  7. FC Lokomotiv, Astana
  8. FC Okzhetpes, Kokshetau
  9. FC Ordabasy, Shymkent
  10. FC Shakhter, Karaganda
  11. FC Taraz, Taraz
  12. FC Tobol, Kostanay
  13. FC Vostok, Oskemen
  14. Taldykorgan

Kazakhstan First Division

  1. FC Akzhayik, Oral
  2. FC Avangard, Petropavl
  3. FC Bolat, Temirtau
  4. FC Caspiy, Aktau
  5. FC Ekibastuz, Ekibastuz
  6. FC Gornyak, Khromtau
  7. FC Kairat, Almaty
  8. FC Spartak, Semey

Lower leagues

  1. FC Ekibastuzets, Ekibastuz
  2. FC Yassi, Turkestan
  3. FC Astana, Astana


  1. FC Almaty, Almaty 2000-2008
  2. FC Arman, Kentau 1992
  3. FC Azhar, Kokshetau 1992-93
  4. FC Dostyk, Almaty 1993
  5. FC Megasport, Almaty 2005-2008
  6. FC SKIF Ordabasy, Shymkent 1992-96
  7. FC Ulytau, Zhezkazgan 1967-97

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